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A Plow For Peasant Farmers
Secondary Title A Plow For Peasant Farmers

Added02/16/2006

Updated02/04/2016

Authoring Institution Zachry Department of Civil Engineering-TAMU Ethics
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Authoring Institution (obsolete) Texas A&M University
Year 1995
Publisher provided Keywords Case Cases Corporate design Discipline: ENGINEERING ethical General Historical issues Materials Mechanical process professional professional responsibility Reference Resources RESPONSIBILITY Setting: Sm Social Justice Type: VALUES Web
Publisher National Academy of Engineering, Online Ethics Center
Language English
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